Lynndene Way received training in 2017 in Sozo Prayer under the direction of Judy Slegh, Nephros Ministries located in Elk River. Judy has direct oversight in the training and equipping of Grace and Glory Ministries. She and her team have invested many hours and much prayer in developing the team at Grace and Glory Ministries in Alexandria.
The Lord raised up Lynndene when she was a young woman, wife and mother. He spoke very clearly about His purpose for her life, to manifest His power to her and through her declaring His name in the nations. She was ordained into full time ministry and called to pastor Faith Fellowship Church, a church she helped to establish in Houston, Missouri. After 3 years, she left the pastorate, in the care of her associate pastor and begin to teach and travel. One of the doors that opened for her was in Alexandria.
After several years, Lynndene, and her husband, Bob moved to Alexandria. She began the ministry in Alexandria by opening a Bible class called The Believers School of Practical Ministry. The first six month class drew people from all over the area to be taught and trained. This resulted in taking the class to other locations, other cities.
Sometime later, Lynndene established House of Prayer Church which she still pastors today. Lynndene has taken groups to places all over the world in short term mission outreaches. While she operates as a pastor-teacher, the main emphasis has always remained to teach, train and equip the body of Christ.
Lynndene has always had a passion to see people get healed and set free from wounds they carry. This is why when she learned about SOZO, she was immediately drawn to it. After receiving the initial Basic SOZO class, and receiving her own SOZO ministry, she knew this was a proven way for many to receive healing and freedom. Thus the SOZO ministry was established in Alexandria. Grace and Glory given to this ministry.